Hello everyone!!! Following on from yesterday’s events, today has hung in the balance for some countries aiming to come first, second or third to qualify for the next events coming up. There was good news for Russia today as they won gold in the two-men bobsleigh event.
Team GB‘s men’s Curling team are facing Norway tomorrow in a play-off, and the men’s 15km Biathlon event and Snowboard Cross event have been rescheduled to tomorrow due to a huge amount of heavy fog, so there will be hope that the fog lifts for both of those events tomorrow, as this last week of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games needs to be special for all of us, as all countries competing at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games are aiming to get the best out of these games before the Closing Ceremony on Sunday.
Below is a quick summary of the events that unfolded today, which highlight how the events unfolded, and what the overall finish was for some countries today:
- Team GB’s Women’s Curling team lost to Denmark, but just managed to reach the semi-finals.
- The men’s Curling team for Great Britain face Norway tomorrow in a play-off.
- Russia won Gold in the Two-man bobsleigh, but Great Britain and Jamaica failed to qualify for the final run.
- The men’s 15km Biathlon and Snowboard Cross events have been postponed until tomorrow due to thick fog.
Below are the updated medal results, which shows the medal count overall for Bronze, Silver & Gold medals won by all countries over the course of the time the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympic Games started, all the way up to today: